Savings - Century Federal Credit Union
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The Main Share Savings Account is the account tied to becoming a member at Century Federal. Once you join Century Federal, you are a member for life as long as you have an active account.

 

Features

  • Only $5 to open
  • Dividends paid on average daily balances of $50 or more
  • Special Share Savings accounts are also available
  • FREE Online Banking & eStatements
  • No monthly maintenance fees
  • ATM access to nearly 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs* through MoneyPass and Alliance One

*Additional transaction fees may apply when you use an ATM not owned by Century Federal or on the MoneyPass or Alliance One networks.

Century Federal offers a Christmas Club savings account to help you prepare for the holiday shopping season. You can open the account any time of the year and access the funds just like a regular savings account, without incurring fees or penalties.

To open a Christmas Club savings account, you can visit any branch or use online banking

Features 

  • Only $5 deposit to open
  • Dividends paid on average daily balances of $50 or more
  • FREE Online Banking & eStatements
  • No monthly maintenance fees
  • ATM access to nearly 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs* through MoneyPass and Alliance One
*Additional transaction fees may apply when you use an ATM not owned by Century Federal or on the MoneyPass or Alliance One networks.

Century Federal youth savings accounts are a great way for our young members to start saving and learning the value of money management. We offer our young members tools and resources to help them develop smart saving and spending habits. Visit the links below to learn more.

Early Bird Savings Club: (0 - 9 years of age)

The Early Bird Savings Club is here to help you have fun while teaching you the importance of saving money and spending wisely! Click here to visit the Early Bird Savings Club

iCount: (10 - 13 years of age)

The ultimate tween destination for all things money! Get ready to have fun, discover the benefits of being a good saver and learn the basics on how to budget and spend wisely. Click here to visit iCount.

It's Your Life: (14 - 18 years of age)

Learning to drive, starting your first job and preparing for life after high school can be a lot to handle. That's why knowing how to properly manage your money and build credit is so important at this stage. Click here to visit It's Your Life.

Credit Unions Rock: (19 - 23 years of age)

As a young adult, you're attending college or trade school, earning money and maybe even living on your own.Credit Unions Rock provides access to resources to help you with job hunting, budgeting and managing debt. Use these resources to help you build a solid financial foundation to achieve financial success. Click here to discover all the helpful tools included within Credit Unions Rock.
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